German carmaker Volkswagen developed the Golf GTi with a new Stage One performance upgrade. This increases power to 250 BHP and 292 lb. ft. of torque. This amount of power enables the car to acceleratefrom0 to 60 mph in 6.2 seconds and to reach a top speed of 155 mph. The upgrade is now available for EUR599.The standard MKVI produces 207 BHP and 207 lb. ft. of torque.
APS of Brackley, is pleased to unveil a new Stage One engine performance upgrade for the MKVI Volkswagen Golf GTi.
Thorough analysis by APS`s technicians has enabled the development of an effective ECU remap for the newly revised version of VAG`s renowned turbocharged 1984cc, EA888 TFSI engine.
The standard MKVI Golf GTi produces 207bhp and 207lb.ft of torque. By comparison, APS`s Stage One ECU performance upgrade increases power to 250bhp at 5800rpm, while torque jumps to a mighty 292 lb.ft at 2650rpm.
On the road, this translates into significant performance improvements, with the 0-60mph time falling from 6.9 to 6.2 seconds, while top speed increases from 149 to approximately 155mph.
Priced at £599.00 fitted, including VAT @ 15%, the APS Stage One MKVI VW Golf GTI upgrade is available now. For total peace of mind, APS`s conversions are covered by a guarantee for the balance of the manufacturer`s warranty.
A UK based demonstrator VW Golf GTi MkVI, fitted with the APS Stage One performance upgrade, will be available for media testing soon.
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